Nice is Cote díAzurís cosmopolitan capital also known as Nice la Belle, which means Nice the Beautiful for its marvellous coastline, its flower market, diverse shopping, delightful pastries and lovely art-deco facades.<br>
The city is located on the south east coast of France on the Mediterranean Sea and is the second biggest city of the Provence-Alpes-Cote d'Azur region after Marseille.<br>
Most popular Nice attractions include the Cours Saleya Flower Market, the Matisse Museum, Nice Archaeology Museum, ancient Roman ruins and the Russian Cathedral.<br>
Promenade des Anglais is a long wide road which runs the length of the seafront at Nice and is lined with cafes and hotels. This is a perfect place for relaxing in the royal blue chairs lining the shore. <br>
The Nice pedestrian zone, or zone pietonne, is a lively area with different shops, cafes and street entertainers. <br>
Vieux Nice, or Old Nice is filled with narrow streets with shops that offer Provencal wares, household items, wine, gourmet gifts, hip clothing and more. There are numerous restaurants in the area, as well as several fun bars and nightclubs. <br>
Le Chateau castle has a spectacular panoramic view of the city and sea. <br><br>
The Carnival in Nice is a wild celebration lasting 10 days and featuring daily parades, concerts, street theatre and more.<br><br>
The Nice Port also known as Lympia port is located in the heart of the city and has ferry connections with Corsica. <br>
Corsica Sardinia Ferries also sail to Ajaccio and Calvi.<br><br>
Transportation in Nice<br>
The main Nice railway station is Nice-Ville with SNCF and TGV trains that connect Paris and Marseille to Nice. Local TER trains serve the main Riviera towns between Cannes and the Italian border, including a daily transfer from Nice to Monaco. Nice Riquier and Nice St Augustin train stations are for regional services and are located on the outskirts.<br>
Tram (Tramway de Nice) is the most common mode of transport in Nice.<br>
For Nice taxi you can wave your hand to hail one, or use the taxi ranks, at main stations and at the Nice Cote díAzur airport. <br>
The most convenient way to travel in Nice is by pre booking a private Nice transfer and have a luxury vehicle and an experienced driver from Nice to any destination.<br><br>
Nice Cote d'Azur Airport (NCE) is located 3.7 mi south west of Nice, in the Alpes-Maritimes part of France. The airport is mostly used by passengers travelling to the Cote d'Azur. <br><br>
How to get from Nice Airport to Nice City centre?
Transport from Nice Airport to Nice includes a bus or a taxi.
Taxi transfer from Nice airport is a fast and inexpensive way to arrive at your Nice hotel or apartment.<br>
Book your private Nice Airport shuttle for a fixed rate into the city centre, or any other popular destination in the area like Cannes, Marseille, Monaco, Monte Carlo, Saint Tropez, San remo, Toulon, Villefranche or St Paul de Vence with City Airport Taxis and enjoy your private and comfortable ride!
Our most popular airport transfer destinations in France are: Annecy,